Posts by Pathways Adult Learning Center

Looking to God in Hard Times

Last week we hosted an online Bible study for our students. It was heartwarming seeing everyone from the safety of their homes smile as new friends joined our video chat. Our class covered Mark 4:35-40: That day when evening came, he said to his disciples, “Let us go over to the other side.” Leaving the…

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At Home Fitness

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Looking for some at home fitness routines to help keep you active? Pathways students have some videos that they love to use during fitness class that help motivate them to get moving. Here are a few student favorites that you can do from home! 1. Walk a Mile with Leslie There is nothing quite like…

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Training for Track

One of our important values here at Pathways is movement. It is so important to get up and stay active because of the positive physical and mental health impacts. Life is busy and it can be hard to fit exercise into a schedule. We make a point of having daily exercise activities from stretching and…

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Community Activities

Pathways Adult Learning Center

After high school, time spent in the community is hard to find for adults with intellectual disabilities. There are limited resources and no one thing is the perfect fit for all individuals. At Pathways we make a point to provide a variety of community-based activities to allow students to give back, explore, and have fun.…

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Do you have what it takes?

The lights go up. Back stage the performers exhale. Its time for their big break. Their big moment to show how truly awesome they are. The chance to dance, to battle, to win. As soon as the music starts playing they are on the stage giving it their all. The crowd is cheering, laughing, loving…

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Favorite Recipes

For many, the path to independence starts in the kitchen and cooking classes have been a part of Pathways since the beginning. Recipes are developed that could be recreated at home with little to no supervision. These classes also help students explore new foods and discover new flavors.

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Continuing Education

Over the past 10 years Pathways has been dedicated to continuing the education of its students. For many adults with intellectual disabilities if they do not practice the skills they learn in school, over time they could lose them. Pathways lessons range from music to math to the art of conversation. Here are the student voted top 10 Pathways lessons.

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Mentoring Matters

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In early 2018 we launched our Mentorship Program. The idea was simple, help students individually in math, reading and life skills by pairing them to work one-on-one with a volunteer mentor. We had no idea the impact on our students and our volunteers would be so great.

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